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Neuropathy - axillary nerve
Depending on the cause of the nerve disorder, some people do not need treatment. They will get better on their own. However, the rate of recovery can be different for everyone. It can take many months to recover.
Anti-inflammatory medications may be given if you have:
Small changes in sensation or movement
No history of injury to the area
No signs of nerve damage
These medicines reduce swelling and pressure on the nerve. They may be injected directly into the area or taken by mouth.
Other medicines include:
Over-the-counter pain medicines may be helpful for mild pain (neuralgia).
Other medications (phenytoin, carbamazepine, gabapentin, pregabalin, duloxetine, or tricyclic antidepressants such as nortriptyline) may reduce the stabbing pains that some people experience.
Opiate pain relievers, such as morphine or fentanyl, may be needed to control s...
Alternative Names Neuropathy - tibial nerve Treatment Treatment is aimed at increasing mobility and independent self-care. In some cases, no treatment is required and recovery is spontaneous. Surgical removal of lesions that press on the nerve may benefit some people. Over-the-counter analgesics or prescription medications may be needed to control pain ( neuralgia ). Various other medications (phenytoin, carbamazepine, gabapentin or tricyclic antidepressants such as nortriptyline) may reduce the stabbing pains that some people experience. Whenever possible, medication use should be avoided or reduced to lessen the risk of side effects. Physical therapy exercises may help some people maintain muscle strength. Orthopedic assistance may aid the ability to walk. This may include use of braces, splints, orthopedic shoes, or other appliances. Vocational counseling, occupational therapy, job changes or retraining, or similar interventions may be recommended. Support Groups Expectations (prognosis) If th...
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